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Fans of the Halo machinima series Red vs. Blue will be happy to know that the next Rooster Teeth Expo is officially set. Texas will host RTX, and will likely see a bit more than 4000 attendees.

Specifically, the event will be held at the Austin Convention Center, where a variety of panels and gaming segments will fill out a three-day weekend schedule.

As the official RTX website notes, the festivities kick off on July 5th (Friday) and end on July 7th (Sunday)—so everyone who gets a federal holiday for the Fourth of July will have an extra day to travel.

Rooster Teeth has been running the Red vs. Blue series for several years, having started their homegrown production studio through the original Halo title. Since then, the award-winning machinima team has continually updated their seasons and shows with each new Halo installment that’s been produced since then.

Source: RTX Events

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Rooster Teeth Expo 2013 Hits Austin, Texas Next Summer In July

Fans of the Halo machinima series Red vs. Blue will be happy to know that the next Rooster Teeth Expo is now set. Texas will host RTX, and will likely see a bit more than 4000 attendees.

By EGM Staff | 09/2/2012 01:30 PM PT

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Fans of the Halo machinima series Red vs. Blue will be happy to know that the next Rooster Teeth Expo is officially set. Texas will host RTX, and will likely see a bit more than 4000 attendees.

Specifically, the event will be held at the Austin Convention Center, where a variety of panels and gaming segments will fill out a three-day weekend schedule.

As the official RTX website notes, the festivities kick off on July 5th (Friday) and end on July 7th (Sunday)—so everyone who gets a federal holiday for the Fourth of July will have an extra day to travel.

Rooster Teeth has been running the Red vs. Blue series for several years, having started their homegrown production studio through the original Halo title. Since then, the award-winning machinima team has continually updated their seasons and shows with each new Halo installment that’s been produced since then.

Source: RTX Events

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